The strength of diversity

Fredericton campus

The University of New Brunswick is one university with two main campuses: one in Fredericton, New Brunswick’s capital, and the other in Saint John, New Brunswick’s largest city.

We offer an international experience by attracting students from more than 100 countries. Students learn about different cultures through classes and special events on campus or participate in our study abroad programs to travel and study at the same time.

Our two campuses provide unique opportunities for our students through a wide range of academic programs. Your education isn’t limited to one location.  Some of our programs are offered outside of both campuses as well as internationally.

Each campus has its own charm and strengths, but admission and academic standards, degree programs and financial aid are fully integrated between the two.

Fredericton Campus

With approximately 8,500 students, the picturesque Fredericton campus is just the right size – big enough to offer an extensive range of programs yet small enough to be a place where people know your name.

Fredericton offers everything from professional theatre and night clubs, cultural events and sporting facilities to the popular Saturday morning Farmers' Market.

The city has also been named one of the World's Top 7 Intelligent Communities by the New York-based Intelligent Community Forum.

Saint John Campus

Saint John campusA close-knit community with almost 2,500 students, the UNB Saint John campus at Tucker Park offers individual attention to students coupled with an interdisciplinary approach to learning.

The city of Saint John has all the amenities of a large urban centre but maintains the friendliness and charm of a small city. Situated on the Bay of Fundy, Saint John is well-known for its historic architecture, thriving arts and culture community, and diverse nightlife.

Whichever campus you choose, UNB will become your home away from home. Want to learn more? Check out our Fredericton and Saint John prospective student sites.